GMYN has three job vacancies available.

Deadline for all positions is Monday 5th June 12 noon.

health-action-championsHealth Action Champions is a project that aims to improve the engagement and access of young people into the strategic decision making of the health services across the Rochdale borough.

Along with supporting young people to organise and action preventative work around the wider health agenda within their communities of Rochdale. The project is open for young people from the Rochdale borough aged 13 – 21.

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Latest Health Action Champions news stories

HAC is moving location!

As you may be aware RBUF is moving location, as a result the GMYN Health Action Champion sessions that take place on Thursday 17:30 – 19:00 is also moving. Our new venue is: CVS Rochdale, Unique Enterprise Centre, Belfield Road, Rochdale OL16 2UP. The sessions will continue to take place…
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Networking Event in Rochdale is a Success!

GMYN held a ‘Making a Difference’ Event in Rochdale to showcase projects and work done with young people on Thursday 9th July at St. Andrew’s Church, Rochdale. The event was well attended by different services and organisations around Rochdale who wanted to find out more about GMYN’s work. Attendees were able…
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Health Action Champions now recruiting

Looking for a new challenge? An exciting opportunity for people aged 13 – 21 to join the Health Action Champions group has now become available. The group represent young people to make a difference for the Borough of Rochdale. They are now in their second year of existence and have…
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Volunteering film by young people premieres to great success in Rochdale

Young people from Rochdale, who have been volunteering with the Health Action Champions project, have created a short film sharing their achievements over the last twelve months. The film premiered on the first of April at one of GMYN’s partner offices, Rochdale Borough-wide User Forum (RBUF). The audience included young…
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Health Action Champion volunteers produce short film

Two young people from the Health Action Champions have volunteered their time to produce a short film about GMYN, focusing in particular one of its projects in Rochdale – Health Action Champions. On Wednesday 1st April 3:30pm at RBUF (142 Drake Street, Rochdale, OL16 1PU) this short film will be…
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Your Voice event was a success

GMYN, Healthwatch Rochdale and Rochdale Libraries planned and attended the #YourVoice event in Rochdale on the 19th February and it was a great success. The event was for Under 25s to tell their stories of health services - both positive and negative – and be assured they are listened to.The…
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Time To Talk - 5th Feb

On 5th February, Greater Manchester Youth Network took part in Time to Talk Day, part of the Time to Change campaign to challenge mental health stigma.Young people, staff and trustees came together to simply have a conversation!GMYN's Time to Talk Day was an opportunity for people from different backgrounds and…
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